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Gail Robinson. Gotham Gazette. 4/20/2006.
Is the end actually in sight? Speaking to reporters on April 18, Michael Rebell, a lead attorney for the Campaign for Fiscal Equity, said the case seeking billions more in funding for New York City public schools could be drawing to a close.
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Teachers College News. 3/28/2006.
Michael Rebell of The Campaign for Educational Equity at Columbia Teachers College will Address Congressional Leaders on March 30th
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Joe Levine. Teachers College News. 3/14/2006.
On Monday, March 13, The Campaign for Educational Equity launched its official web site at www.tc.edu/equitycampaign. "The web site is intended as a resource and partnership with the TC community, said Michael A. Rebell, Executive Director of the Campaign. “The goal is to provide timely and useful information on the many issues affecting educational equity -- information that can be translated into policies and practices that impact on what we do in our schools and communities to make educational equity a reality in this country.”
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Michael Risley. City Limits Weekly. 3/13/2006.
Geri Palast joined the Campaign for Fiscal Equity as executive director, replacing Michael Rebell. Palast served as assistant secretary of labor for congressional and intergovernmental affairs under President Clinton, helping to enact several major policy initiatives including a minimum wage increase, the Workforce Investment Act, and Welfare to Work. She also worked on several electoral and legislative campaigns, and founded the coalition that spearheaded the Family and Medical Leave Act.
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Laurie Beck. Teachers College News. 1/18/2006.
"Governor George Pataki is taking a $2 billion surplus that could fully fund the court-ordered Campaign for Fiscal Equity (CFE) remedy for poor and minority schoolchildren this year and using it to further his own political ambitions. It's an outrage, and his failure to obey a direct order of the highest court in the state and to remedy the severe educational inadequacies in New York State is contemptible," said Michael A. Rebell, Executive Director of the Campaign for Educational Equity at Teachers College, Columbia University.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 10/2005.
In Tuesday's oral argument before the Appellate Division, First Department, CFE attorneys Michael Rebell and Joseph Wayland firmly urged the court to deny the governor's latest appeal in the CFE case and to make a decision on a highly expedited schedule, before the governor formulates his executive budget in January 2006.
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Risheen Maheswaran. Columbia Spectator. 9/27/2005.
Public education advocate Michael Rebell was appointed head of a Teachers College campaign created to bring education research out of the ivory tower and into the city’s public schools.
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David Herszenhorn. New York Times. 6/10/2005.
Michael A. Rebell, the scrappy lawyer and education advocate who led 13 years of litigation against New York State and ultimately won a court ruling ordering billions in additional aid for the New York City schools, is stepping down as executive director of the Campaign for Fiscal Equity, the nonprofit group that pressed the lawsuit.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 06/2005.
Michael A. Rebell, CFE's executive director and counsel, was appointed head of Teachers College (TC), Columbia University's new Campaign for Educational Equity, at a press conference held on Thursday.
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David McKay Wilson. Journal News. 6/10/2005.
The lawyer who won a court order for $5.6 billion in new school funding for New York City said last night that Yonkers was using "an ineffective strategy" in its suit against the state. Attorney Michael Rebell said he didn't agree with one of the major arguments in Yonkers' case — that Yonkers should receive education aid comparable to that of Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester — because the upstate communities were much poorer than Yonkers.
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